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D-Wayne's Killer Stache, Where to Eat Cracklins, More

WAREHOUSE DISTRICT? Call it another reason to love Peche. This is 'D-Wayne' Link, The Donald's cousin and builder of upcoming seafood restaurant Peche's fancypants grill. His mustache has been called patriotic, glorious, and even beautiful. That is all. [Facebook]

NOLA? Lorin Gaudin offers five restaurants for getting your cracklin' on in town, including Company Burger, Commander's Palace, Toups' Meatery, SoBou, and Chicken Scratch. [CityEats]

QUARTER? NoDef has more coverage of the Kingfish menu, noting that "the memory of Huey P. Long is rightfully invoked with 'Every Man a King' Fish" entree featuring pompano seared on a Himalayan salt block. [NOLADefender]

QUARTER? Chesapeake Lodging Trust has bought the W Hotel on Chartres from Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide for a cool $25.5 million, reports Richard A. Webster of the Times-Pic. The hotel, home to cocktail/contemporary Creole restaurant SoBou, will still be operated by Starwood. [NOLA.com]

[Photo: Peche/Facebook]

Commander's Palace

1403 Washington Avenue, , LA 70130 (504) 899-8221 Visit Website

Peche

800 Magazine Street, New Orleans, LA 70130 Visit Website

SoBou

310 Chartres Street, , LA 70130 (504) 552-4095 Visit Website

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